News for Thursday, July 4, 2013

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Frys.com Open to move to Silverado in 2014

The Frys.com Open will move to North Course at Silverado Resort in Napa, Calif., in 2014.

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5 Things: With 59 on his mind, Wagner shoots 62

At the Greenbrier Classic, Johnson Wagner had a 59 on his mind, but settled with an 8-under 62, while it was the same score for Tommy 'Two Gloves' Gainey expect with no bogeys. Here are 5 Things from the first-round at Old White TPC in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.

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The Greenbrier Classic: Tee times, round 2

Tee times for the second round of The Greenbrier Classic on Friday July 5.

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How it happened: Gainey, Wagner lead Greenbrier

Johnson Wagner flirted with 59 before finishing with an 8-under 62, Tommy Gainey equalled that number and both hold a two-shot lead over Jin Park and Webb Simpson after the first round of the Greenbrier Classic at The Old White TPC in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. See how it happened!

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SCORES: Round 4, The Greenbrier Classic

Check out the Round 4 leaderboard at The Greenbrier Classic

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Schenk claims medalist honors at North & South Am

Purdue's Adam Schenk claimed medalist honors at the North & South Amateur Championship on Thursday. Match play at the event starts on Friday at Pinehurst No. 2.

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Hansen leads French Open after round 1

Anders Hansen of Denmark shot a 5-under 66 to lead by a stroke after the first round of the French Open.

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Saints coach Sean Payton moonlighting as caddie

New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton is moonlighting this week as Ryan Palmer's caddie at the Greenbrier Classic.

Oak Hill damaged in Rochester storm

Oak Hill Country Club, which is scheduled to host PGA Championship next month, sustained flooding and an 80-year-old oak tree fell onto the eighth green during a storm in the Rochester,N.Y., area on Wednesday.

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Notes: Park continues 'scary' streak with USWO win

At Sebonack, Koreans swept the top three spots. They were the only players in the field to shoot under par. Koreans have won five out of the last six U.S. Women’s Opens.